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SharePoint 2013 asks for password when on LAN

Posted on 2014-01-12
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Hi there,

I have installed SharePoint 2013 Enterprise recently and have an issue with authentication.

At the moment I can navigate to the URL internally on our network using:
http://servername/site/
This takes me straight in without any authentication - exactly how I want it.

However internally we want to access it via the FQDN and it also has a certificate installed.
(I used this guide to when installing the cert
But when I navigate to:
https://servername.domainname.co.uk/site/ (which is what is on the certificate, I get prompted for credentials. This lets me logon, but I would rather it acted in the same way as aforementioned when the users are on the local network as the SharePoint server.

I'm not sure if it is related, but when setting up my site, I used NTLM instead of Kerberos for the authentication method. If this is why it is happening could someone point me in the correct direction to successfully configure Kerberos?

Hope someone can help me out :)
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Hi,
I just realised, I had not added my FQDN URL to Internet Explorer's Local Intranet Security Zone list.

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